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Lot # 355: NFL Game Issued Jerseys w/Tony Gonzalez (5)

Category: Baseball Equipment

Starting Bid: $25.00

Bids: 11 (Bid History)

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Item was in Auction "Monthly 02-19",
which ran from 2/10/2019 12:00 PM to
2/24/2019 10:00 PM



Nice lot of all game issued jerseys. Tony Gonzalez 2004 Kansas City Chiefs home jersey. Already selected as a semi-finalist for the 2019 Pro Football Hall of Fame, Gonzalez is a lock to be selected for the 2019 HOF class. Selected 14 times for the Pro Bowl, Gonzalez caught 1,325 passes in his 17-year career, the most ever for a tight end. Red jersey #88. Tag on lower front reads "50 2 L.B.", showing it is a size 50 with 2 extra inches in length. Tag in neck reads "04-50", showing it is from 2004. Beautiful condition. 2) Carl Banks 1994 or 1995 Cleveland Browns game issued home jersey (brown) #56. After a nine-year career with the New York Football Giants, linebacker Banks played a year for the Washington redskins and then finished his career with two seasons with the Browns. Tag on lower front reads"[size] 46". Excellent condition. 3) Tony Mandarich #77 Green Bay Packers road jersey. Mandarich, the second overall pick in the 1989 NFL draft, was an offensive lineman who played six NFL seasons, three each with the Green Bay Packers and the Indiannapolis Colts. Circa 1990 away jersey. Tagged "designed and tailored for the Green Bay Packers" and "[size] 52". Excellent condition. 4) Circa 1991 Steve Walsh autographed New Orleans home black jersey. Quarterback Walsh played three seasons for the Saints. Jersey is signed in black felt tip marker on the white #4 on back. Tagged on front as "[size] 46. Excellent condition. 5) Rob Carpenter #26 home New York Giants jersey. Carpenter was a running back with the Giants from the second part of the 1981 season through 1985. Tagged on lower front as "L (large) 4 extra inches". Excellent condition.

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